Category Archives: Events

Take my Leadership Course this fall at NYU, Wednesdays starting September 21

on September 9, 2016 in Education, Events, Leadership

I am offering my leadership course at NYU this fall at NYU’s School of Professional Studies Wednesdays 6pm – 9pm September 21 – December 13 (12 sessions, no class Thanksgiving) Here is the syllabus Register here! Limited seats available (9 last I checked) Student reviews from my courses The course will show you why my courses get reviews like: Register here! Limited seats available (9 last I checked) “This is[…] Keep reading →

Looking for a mastermind group?

on September 3, 2016 in Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Events, Leadership

Do you have ideas or potential you’re looking to develop? Do you find having others help while you help them spurs more creativity and action? Then you may want to work with a mastermind group. My friend and fellow coach, Silvia Christmann, is leading two eight-week curated groups, one starting September 15, the other September 20. While I coach, I don’t have any stake in her work. I can tell[…] Keep reading →

Want to connect with people that matter? Take Michael Roderick’s “The Connector’s Path”

on August 18, 2016 in Education, Events, Relationships

Michael Roderick is a superconnector—the type of person that gets written up and interviewed for his passion for connecting people and helping people make things happen. I owe several extremely productive relationships to him as well as close friendships. I’ve learned that when he suggests a connection, it’s worth making. If I share with him what I’m looking for in life, a few days later I get an email from[…] Keep reading →

At Princeton’s Elab to early stage entrepreneurs: financials and high school chemistry class

on May 27, 2016 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Events

I got a few short clips from my presentation on entrepreneurship when I spoke at Princeton’s Elab recently. Here I talk about creating and playing with financials as an early-stage entrepreneur. Many investors downplay early-stage financials, since every entrepreneur creates perfect ones that show tremendous growth. Creating and playing with financials is valuable! Do them when you’re starting. They force you to show your project is sustainable Before doing them,[…] Keep reading →

My Princeton Tech Meetup talk

on May 14, 2016 in Audio, Education, Entrepreneurship, Events

Below the audio from my standing-room-only talk on my entrepreneurship course at Princeton’s eLab for the Princeton Tech Meetup. Learn more about the course and register here Thank you to Venu, Chris, and Mathew for organizing, and everyone who attended for attending. Reach your potential in business and life. My courses don’t take time from the rest of life. You work with people in your life that you care about[…] Keep reading →

See me in Princeton, May 12: “How To Think and Act Entrepreneurially (even if you never have before)”

on May 2, 2016 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Events, Exercises

I’m speaking at the Princeton Tech Meetup, May 12, 6:45pm. My last talks at Princeton got lots of positive feedback. Register here! From the site: Become an entrepreneur or intrapraneur in straightforward, manageable steps based on Josh’s popular and highly experiential course at New York University. This seminar will give you the blueprint to start an operating business with little or no experience, creating a community of supportive people, including[…] Keep reading →

Like creativity? Like technology? In NYC? … Come to Creative Tech Week this weekend!

on April 27, 2016 in Art, Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Events

Creative Technology is transforming culture, design, and art with software, electronics and data. We are creating the premier nexus for creativity and technology worldwide. 9 Days, 100+ Events, 200+ Speakers, 200+ Partners, 25k+ Attendees. Creative Tech Week is a city-wide event week, with events going on in many different locations. Some are free, while others require a CTW Pass, and then others require additional registration or additional tickets. It’s organized[…] Keep reading →